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...higher incidence of brain trauma than boxing or other martial arts, according to a...includes elements of wrestling, judo, boxing and kickboxing inside an enclosure with...concussions. They say it's safer than boxing, where fighters tend to take repeated...
Joe, Sarah, Glenn, Richard and Barack, of course

From 1937 to 1949, while Joe Louis reigned as boxing's heavyweight champion, he was known as the "Brown Bomber." Many whites, taken with his outward humility and trying to show...
CIA, Nikolaevsk girls to meet in consolation final

...converting on the tip-ins. Kalugin ended with 19 points to lead the Warriors, while teammate Dorvall had 15."It's just boxing out and just fundamentals of what we've learned." Kalugin said. "We couldn't have done it without each other and the...
Nikolaevsk boys stay alive in consolation bracket

...led to second-chance points for Noatak."I think we were doing a little too much watching," Klaich said. "Instead of boxing out and then going after the ball. When it came down to the fourth quarter, they picked it up and started getting back to...
Nikiski, Seward girls set for state averaging 11 rebounds a game, and her improved post play has opened up other areas of the court. "Getting rebounds, boxing out and giving my team second shots," Darch said when asked where her biggest strength lies. "Not giving it to the other...
Seldovia, Nikolaevsk boys break state droughts in Peninsula Conference tourney

...were falling like they usually do, but we gave up too many second-chance points. They were jumping for the ball instead of boxing out and then rebounding." Leading 10-8 after one quarter, Philpot and Collier stretched Seldovia's lead with to nine...
Arthur Gordon Baktuit

...than 30 years.He was an avid swimmer, a self-taught accordion and guitar player, loved cribbage and card games and was a boxing fan.Gordon was known for his quick sense of humor and storytelling about growing up in the early days of Kenai, which his...
Coach who knocked out player to be prosecuted

...knocking a player unconscious during a boxing match at a football camp in that state...Floyd Dryden after a video of the 2012 boxing incident surfaced toward the end of year. In the video, Wahl is seen boxing with a then-14-year-old incoming...
Eagles take loss against Bears

...minute of the game. The loss drops CIA to a 3-3 overall record. "I was just trying to keep them focused on rebounding, boxing out," said CIA coach Rustin Hitchcock. "(Kodiak is) a 4A team, and I know it's their JV team but they had experience...
Grudge Match

Now Playing Synopsis: Two retired boxers (Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro) decide to settle a long-standing beef by heading back into the ring in this sports comedy from director Peter Segal. Back in the day, Billy "The Kid" McDonnen (De Niro) and Henry "Razor" Sharp (Stallone) were the two biggest bruisers in the Pittsburgh boxing scene. Their fierce rivalry drawing nationwide attention, Razor and The Kid were deadlocked for the title of overall champion when the former announced his retirement just before the decisive 1983 match that would have determined the supreme champion. Three decades later, enterprising boxing promoter Dante Slate Jr. (Kevin Hart) lures the aging pugilists back into the ring for the fight that everyone has been waiting for. Meanwhile, when Razor and The Kid see each other for the first time in 30 years, the cameras are rolling as tempers suddenly flare. In no time that unscheduled scuffle goes viral, prompting both fighters to resume their intensive training in a bid to be the one who delivers the knockout blow during the highly anticipated bout. Alan Arkin, Kim Basinger, and Jon Bernthal costar. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Sylvester Stallone, Robert De Niro, Kim Basinger, Alan Arkin, Kevin Hart Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review


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